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Second city landmark

A steel-framed solution has been chosen for the construction of 103 Colmore Row, which on completion will be Birmingham’s tallest office tower. Martin Cooper …

Steel tower provides regeneration centrepiece

Structural steelwork continues to be the preferred framing material for Manchester’s burgeoning commercial sector. Manchester’s commercial sector shows …

Old and new

A 1960s office block in central London is being given a new lease of life with the addition of 13 new steel-framed floors. Located a short distance from Old …

News in Brief June 2020

Severfield has announced the first order for its new Severstor product line of steel-framed modules that house critical systems technology and can be supplied …

Steelwork provides safe design

Owned by INEOS, one of the world’s largest chemical businesses, INOVYN ChlorVinyls is constructing a new office complex at its site in Runcorn. A £23M …

Yin and yang towers

Steelwork has been completed on the second of twin commercial buildings in King’s Cross, that have been designed to look like they have been pulled apart …

Prime offices spur regional activity

Manchester’s commercial sector has seen record levels of activity in recent years and Eleven York Street is one of the projects set to complete this year. …

Consent given for major Manchester regeneration scheme

Manchester City Council has approved plans for the £1.4bn regeneration of the former industrial Mayfield area near Piccadilly railway station. Plans envisage …

Signature structure highlights regeneration

Spanning an important London underground station and featuring an architecturally-detailed exposed steel frame, 21 Moorfields is a feat of engineering. Martin …

Mace issues multi-million-pound plans for Stevenage

Known as SG1, Mace has submitted a planning application for a multi-million-pound scheme to redevelop 14.5 acres of Stevenage town centre. The proposals will …

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